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The School and Clinical Child Psychology (SCCP) professional psychological training program is based on a scientist-practitioner model.
The specific mission of the SCCP program is to provide students with theoretical foundations, research, and professional training in preparation for a career involving research or professional psychological practice with children, adolescents, and families in a variety of settings.
The specific contexts in which graduates of the SCCP program may find themselves include schools, private practice, mental health facilities, community organizations, and academia.
To meet the professional goals of the program, students benefit from direct training, hands-on experience, and collaborative opportunities in clinic, classroom and lab environments.
Through these experiences, students receive training in assessment, interventions, professional consultation, ethical issues, and prevention. To meet the research goals of the program, required coursework includes training in statistics, research methodology, and evaluation with emphasis on opportunities for application.
In addition, faculty members provide a breadth of research opportunities ranging from community-based to experimental research in collaborative environments. From this integrated program delivery model, students are equipped with the skills necessary to be contemporary scientist-practitioners.
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1. provide three letters of reference
2. provide a statement of intent answering the following three questions:
How have your professional experiences prepared you for a program that specializes in both school and clinical child psychology
How have your previous research experiences prepared you for a master's program focusing on a scientist-practitioner model?
What research would you like to undertake during your master's degree and how could it be tailored to fit with at least two faculty members, at least one of whom is in the SCCP area. Faculty listed here.
3. Curriculum Vitae (Resume)
4. Statement of Intent (2 pages)
5. Transcripts (from all post-secondary institutions attended)
6. Three Letters of Reference
7. Proof of English Language Proficiency
Students applying for the Master's Program must: 1. have obtained a four-year baccalaureate degree in psychology or education, or its equivalent, offered by a recognized degree-granting institution of higher education in Canada, a regional accredited institution of higher education in the United States, or a University in another country acceptable to the Admissions Committee. 2. have completed at least 24 credits of undergraduate coursework in psychology and/or educational psychology. 3. have acquired practical experience in the application of school and/or clinical child psychology (e.g., classroom volunteer, hospital or community volunteer related to school and child psychology
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